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The Principles of Law of Contract

Books from same Author: Prof (Retd) R C Srivastava And Ashutosh Pathak

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  • General Information  
    Author(s)Prof (Retd) R C Srivastava And Ashutosh Pathak
    PublisherBloomsbury India
    Edition1st Edition
    ISBN9789387457362
    Pages396
    BindingPaperback
    LanguageEnglish
    Publish YearOctober 2018

    Description

    Bloomsbury India The Principles of Law of Contract by Prof (Retd) R C Srivastava And Ashutosh Pathak

    The Principles of Law of Contract By Prof (Retd) R C Srivastava and Ashutosh Pathak

    The book focuses on both theoretical and practical aspects of the Contract Law and the underlying principles. It covers the entire syllabus of the subject – Law of Contract (General Principles) for the law students of Universities in a comprehensive manner. 
    The book covers a plethora of case laws and examples elaborating the legal provisions and conundrums of the Contract law which will facilitate the students to have a better understanding of the Contract Law.
    The interpretation of the legal provisions of the Law have been provided in a concise manner in the book.

    Key features
    A simple lucid book which can be easily understood by the law students, advocates, researchers and competition exam students.
    Covers syllabus of all Universities, National Law Schools and competitive examinations, whatever the nature of the examination may be.
    All provisions of the Indian Contract Act, 1872 have been explained with examples, case law, rationale and concepts to make the students understand them and retain for examinations.
    One-stop solution for self-study.

    Table of Contents:
    Introduction
    Definition Of Contract
    Proposal
    Acceptance
    Competency To Contract
    Consideration
    Consent
    Free Consent
    Void Agreement
    Contingent Contract
    Voidable Contract
    Performance Of Contracts
    Concept Of Void Contract: Doctrine Of Frustration
    Appropriation Of Payments
    Discharge Of Contract By Mutual Agreement
    Quasi Contracts
    Consequences Of Breach Of Contract

    About the Author

    R C Srivastava, MA, LL.M is a retired professor of law of Deen Dayal Upadhyay University, Gorakhpur having taught students for more than 30 years. He holds a Master's degree in Law and has been an authority on Mercantile Law.

    Ashutosh Pathak, LL.B, Net has more than 17 years of experience in legal practice and presently he is a lawyer in the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India. He is also associated with Rahul's IAS, one of the best institute for training aspirants for various judicial services examination in India. He is a gold medallist in LLB for being the University Topper and holds a Master's degree in Law and is NET qualified.